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When should a bakery pull its goods?


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When should a bakery pull its goods?

Claudette | Apr 2, 2007 10:11 AM

I just bought a slice of opera cake from a very good local bakery, and it was so dry that even my hubby wouldn't eat it. I know that bakeries have to watch their costs/wasteage, but when I'm paying $5 for a stale pastry (the same as a person who got a fresh slice 1 or 2 days earlier) isn't that just wrong? It makes me not want to patronize them anymore. What do you think?

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